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Secret Avatar wrote:I have been grabbing players off the FA list every Sunday and Wednesday to fill out my roster on Monday and Thursday when a lot of teams are off. I just grab the players who have been hottest in the prior week (easy to do in yahoo b/c you can filter available players by their stats in the following week) and -- of course -- who are playing the following Monday or Sunday. They play for that day and then I drop them.
I need to make up some ground in the cumulative hitting stats (R, HR, RBI) so I can't afford to have a skeleton lineup two days a week. So far, the strategy has worked out phenomenally -- I've picked up a lot of R, RBI, and HR that I otherwise would never have had. It's expensive, though, as an add/drop costs us $1 in our league. Hey, it's only money.
djack909 wrote:I see nothing wrong with so-called "churning".
Also, I am presently "churning" SB players. I'm looking out for available SB players going against teams liike the Phillies, Twins and Indians. After the series is over they may be benched for a series next week against the same team or held for a few days before I see another free agent match up.
stevelabny wrote:If churning was illegal,it would be in the rules, if its not, then oh well, everyone is playing by the same rules, and you have to use them to your advantage.
Yahoo Fair Play & Sportsmanship Rules wrote:No owner will make any roster moves (including waiver claims, trade proposals, etc.) whose sole purpose is to hamper the play of other owners.
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